Winds of Guanacaste

In our search for new locations, we stumbled upon a remote mountain called Cerro Pelado. An extinct ancient volcano, rising above the flatlands of Cañas in the province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Read More



2016 is here and like every new year, it brings new dreams. A chance to look up at the stars and feel the wonderful anxiety and yearning for all that is to come. Read More

A New Hope

As the year comes to an end, we’re forced to think about all the things that we did, the things we’re proud of, all that it took and all that it gave us as well as the lessons we learned. It’s always a special time to create a positive vision towards the future and the new year to come. Read More

Costa Rican Endless Wilderness

A dangerous land of cold starry nights, otherworldly ancient scenery and countless wildlife and landscape photographic opportunities. These are some of the photos I captured during a weekend road tripping through Cerro de la Muerte. Read More

Moonlit Poás

At just an hour and a half drive from San José, Costa Rica’s capital, and rising 2,708m above sea level, lives one of the largest active volcanoes in the world, the magnificent Poás. Read More

Exploring Del Toro Waterfall

In a Jurassic Park-looking scenario, an extinct prehistoric volcano crater, holds a secret waterfall, lost in the lush Costa Rican rainforest. We set out to explore it! Read More

Volcanic Farmlands of Nicaragua

This January I traveled to Nicaragua to work on my first international photo assignment for a big construction company. Even though I was focused on getting the job done, I was able to shoot new blog material. I visited unusual areas off the beaten track. Farmlands nestled between stunning volcanic nature reserves as well as lush green landscapes of gold mountains and massive lakes. Read More

The Ancient Lands of Sibö

“You must teach your children that the ground beneath their feet is the ashes of their grandfathers. Tell your children that the land was enriched with the lives of our people. Will you teach your children what we have taught our children? That the earth is our Mother? What befalls the earth befalls all the… Read More

Chasing Waterfalls

From the slopes of the Poás Volcano in the central highlands of Costa Rica, 5 striking waterfalls make their way through lush, exuberant gardens and wild vegetation. Both cloud forest and rain forest co-exist in this vibrant area, rich in bio diversity. At La Paz Waterfall Gardens you will find the world’s largest butterfly observatory… Read More